Show Rundown: Tuesday June 7, 2016

Jim Breuer keeps everyone laughing and the Hot Dog Hooker calls in

Good Morning Everybody!

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Howard kicked off the morning and announced that Gary Dell'Abate blew his mind this morning by revealing that Olenna Tyrell in "Game of Thrones" is played by actress Diana Rigg – a fact that he hadn't realized.

Robin said that she knew it the minute Rigg appeared onscreen, but Howard was pretty shocked that it hadn't occurred to him.

Both Gary and Howard remembered watching Rigg as Emma Peel in the '60s TV series "The Avengers" and thought she was so hot at the time.

In other television news, Howard stayed up late watching "The Bachelorette" last night and is absolutely hooked. "I can't turn that thing off," he said, explaining that he starts 30 minutes after the show begins in order to skip commercials.

Gary recommended a Hulu Plus subscription, but Howard admitted that he "can't even work half the shit" he has already.

The Hot Dog Hooker Wants to Open a Strip Club

Catherine Scalia, better known as Long Island's Hot Dog Hooker, called in this morning hoping to clear her name.

"Who's this – Horny Howard?" she asked as Howard picked up on the line.

Scalia claimed that an old Vietnam vet set her up because she had secured a good corner to sell hot dogs on and he wanted her out.

Howard wondered what Catherine was up to these days and she responded by warning women about the dangers of silicone implants. She also threatened to take all of his money: "I'm going to take your fucking bank account and build a strip club with it!"

Howard suggested that Scalia might be best suited to call it quits with the stripping. "Even Babe Ruth retired at some point," he offered to no avail.

Stern staffer Memet Walker once went out to Long Island and interviewed Catherine, but Howard said the tape was too messed up for even him to play.

Speak Slowly and Carry a Big Echo

Howard was curious this morning as to how all of these celebrities like Matt Damon, James Franco, and Mel Gibson get to speak at college graduations – Jon Hein has even given a commencement speech at his alma mater, University of Michigan.

"I'm an alumni and I'm a pop culture expert," Jon explained. "I thought it was a big honor."

Jon said that his speech centered around an equation that he believes in: "Talent + Persistence = Luck."

Howard joked that, so long as there is some echo on the mic and the person spoke slowly, anyone could sound profound.

Bobo the Not-So-Supefan?

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Stern Show listeners have become incensed in the wake of the revelation that self-proclaimed superfan and Wack Packer Bobo potentially doesn't actually listen to the show all that much, as evidenced by his failed quiz.

"I don't even know if he's a fan," Robin said.

Bobo called in to defend himself, insisting that he simply suffers from a "retention problem."

In a surprising twist, though, Bobo offered a useful piece of information in regards to JD's inability to change a tire, explaining that everyone should keep a hand pump in their car. Save for a total tire blowout, a hand pump allows you to at least get to a gas station or auto shop and have them change the tire, according to Bobo. "I haven't changed a flat tire in 15 years," he said.